The Real-World Costs of the Digital Race for Bitcoin
Bitcoin mines cash in on electricity — by devouring it, selling it, even turning it off — and they cause immense pollution. In many cases, the public pays a price.
Drug Company Leaders Condemn Ruling Invalidating F.D.A.’s Approval of Abortion Pill
More than 400 executives said that the decision ignored both scientific and legal precedent and that, if the ruling stood, it would create uncertainty for the pharmaceutical and biotech industries.
Bank Turmoil Squeezes Borrowers, Raising Fears of a Slowdown
Economists are watching for the aftereffects of recent bank collapses across many industries. How bad could it get?
DeSantis Pushes Toughest Immigration Crackdown in the Nation
The Florida governor is pushing an aggressive proposal to penalize those who aid undocumented immigrants and to track costs for providing them with health care.